Yesterday, a tweet-savvy colleague of mine posted a video on the treacherous state of the Internet. If I may expand on that thought, the World Wide Web has evolved, undeniably, into a massive sphere crammed with data, demographics, social networking sites and almost anything else conceivable. Given its easy accessibility coupled with rapid broadband speeds available at our grimy fingertips, it's easy for us to take this domain for granted. Yes, especially for those of us residing in First World countries blessed with a well established network infrastructure. Most folks tend to tweet, facebook or even email without thinking much about the medium they exploit. Question is, who taps into these digital veins which lead to a wealth of information? Is the Internet restricted to just the young and savoir-faire? Here's a sweet infographic slice which sheds some light on those curiosities, including a minor profile on "sincere" bloggers clicking and clacking away on the blogosphere.
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Andy Sim / Former Senior Tech Writer
Andy is a self-made geek with a penchant for good music and a hearty pint. His domain includes swanky TVs, notebooks and networking gizmos.
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